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1  Re: "Hotdogs Fear Me" Barbeque Apron in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by DeborahM on: June 17, 2004 03:10:57 PM
Thanks guys, glad you like it.

Pixelpusher, I used pe-design to digitize it.  My machine is a 4x4 inch sewing area.  The multiposition hoop has three postitions, but they overlap so it does a design that about 4x6.  The whole thing is one multiposition file with another one underneath it.  So it's like two files on the computer, but on the sewing machine it shows as four.  There's a file for each postion and two positions used in each hooping.

And, as promised:  A picture of it being an apron!



Notice the lovely aim'n'flame holster.  It says "Packin' Heat".  That's my husband's favorite part.  He wants me to make him one and we don't even have a grill.   Grin

May I have your permission to copy(well kind of,I want to make a t-shirt transfer)I LOVE IT!
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